Area beer distributors are worried that a controversial plan to move Pennsylvania out of the liquor business could put them out of business.
The town council of Cherry Hill, NJ has approved a change in township liquor laws that will allow supermarkets to sell alcohol inside their stores.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has voted to increase prices on several hundred items.
Now that voters have approved the sale of alcohol in Moorestown, NJ — but only at the mall — local officials are looking into how to make it work.
by KYW’s Tony Romeo The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has thrown the switch on the first two wine kiosks that will begin sprouting up in supermarkets across the state. But don’t look for any in […]
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